Mum gets out of jail after pouring boiling sugar water on her neighbor.

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Mum gets out of jail after pouring boiling sugar water on her neighbor.

A WOMAN has gone free from court after inflicting horrific facial burns on her neighbor by tossing a saucepan of boiling sugar water over her head.

During a disagreement in the Kirkby, Merseyside region of Liverpool, Chloe Walsh, a 27-year-old mother of two, assaulted her neighbor Kimberley Caples.

Although sugar was included in the hot water used in the attack, a forensic scientist has concluded that the inclusion of sugar did not affect the severity of the damage in this case.

Ms Caples, on the other hand, was left with scarring from “facial burns to the right side of her face and scalp.”

Ms Caples, on the other hand, was left with scarring from “facial burns to the right side of her face and scalp.”

Despite the damage to the victim’s face, Walsh was not sentenced to prison since she is the primary caregiver for her two children, according to the court.

Walsh pled guilty to causing grievous bodily harm without intent, according to prosecutor Martine Snowdon, because the victim “attended near the defendant’s home address” following a “conflict between the parties.”

Ms Snowdon described the incident as “quite quick moving” and “impulsive,” with the judge describing it as “not calculated or planned” and “obviously something done on the spur of the moment.”

Ms Caples was claimed to have visited Walsh’s residence after discovering a living room window had been shattered, and Ms Snowdon said Walsh “was genuinely scared for her safety.”

Neighbors witnessed the fight between the two parties, and one “heard rising voices” and “as an argument was taking place Walsh stepped out of her house with a white kettle in her hand,” according to reports.

During the row, another person claimed they heard Walsh say “look out.”

Ms Caples “expresses how painful and distressing the injuries were” and “how difficult it made in particular caring for her three-month-old,” according to Ms Snowdon.

Ms Caples was unable to nurse her three-month-old infant “in the way she would prefer” as a result of her injuries.

Walsh is on medicine for manic depression and anxiety, according to Walsh’s lawyer, John Rowan. He also mentioned how Walsh’s past might have influenced her behavior.

“Brinkwire Summary News” claimed Walsh as a victim.

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